PhD Position: Functions of AP-1 & AP-2 Complexes in synaptic signaling and plasticity

We are analyzing the functions and mechanisms of adaptor-protein complexes in protein sorting and transport vesicle formation. These processes regulate cell-cell communication during development and in adult organisms. We are focusing on the family of AP-1 & AP-2 adaptor-protein complexes and to their functions in the regulation of neuronal synapse signaling and synaptic plasticity. Experimental expertise in primary cell culture, microscopy, biochemistry as well as in cell and molecular biology is an advantage. Students will apply for membership in one of our campus wide graduate schools.
Women are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants with disabilities and equal qualifications will be given preferential treatment.

Funding is provided by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft -DFG- for three years, starting in June 2018.

 
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Peter Schu, Prof. Dr.
University Medical Center Göttingen
Dept. Cellular Biochemistry
Humboldtallee 23
D-37073 Göttingen
GERMANY

http://www.biochemie.uni-goettingen.de/index.php?id=453
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Institut für Zellbiochemie Zentrum für Biochemie und Molekulare Zellbiologie Humanmedizin der Georg-August Universität Göttingen keywords: vesicular protein sorting, Adaptor-Protein Complexes, Clathrin-Coated-Vesicles, synaptic protein sorting

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